In response to question 1537/2013, you claimed no compromise position was proposed by the boroughs in response to your policy - as contained in the Revised Early Minor Alterations to the London Plan - of preventing boroughs setting rent caps or guidance on new affordable housing units below the maximum level for affordable rent (i.e. 80% of market rent). However, I understand from Westminster City Council that in fact they did propose a compromise position, which is that they would support the Mayor himself setting a range of rents at which different affordable rent products would be made available across London below the 80% maximum. Although this is not supported by all boroughs, it shows that compromise positions have been proposed. Why did you reject this proposal?